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My Story

10 years of failure

I always knew I wanted to be married, but after more than a decade of failed relationships, I found myself with a called-off engagement, confusion, and having to learn how to co-parent. I had hit rock bottom. I considered myself a great guy but struggled to find a great woman to share life with.

I asked myself what patterns I had been following and realized I never took the time to get to know the women I invited into my life. That's when the light bulb came on. I told myself two things; I would take as long as I needed to get to know the people I invited into my life and I wouldn't ask any woman to be my girlfriend unless I already wanted her to be my wife.

What I didn't realize at that time was having a genuine, authentic friendship was the prerequisite I should have been focusing on all along.

I Got In Position in 2016

After I had my wake-up call, I knew I had to tell my friend Rebecca. I told her how I felt, and she thought the idea made sense. Little did we know that we would be together exclusively less than a year later and engaged a year and a half after that.

The journey we took to discover our compatibility was different than anything I had experienced. We got to know so much about each other that when it came time to commit, we could do so easily and without forcing it.

I learned that when you take time and position yourself for marriage, the outcome is intentional, healthy interaction with people, and the relationship you want becomes much easier to find.

Why I Do It - Present Day

My goal is to help single people navigate the most challenging relationship climate in history. I know how it feels to experience the frustration of multiple failed relationships and I believe that my moment of clarity can become the breakthrough you've been looking for.

It's easier than ever to make mistakes, and it's harder than ever to find a quality partner. Imagine becoming crystal clear about what you want, being able to articulate it, and getting it. It's possible. You can find a spouse as long as you position yourself to do so.

I'm here to be your guide every step of the way.

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